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Breakthrough Ideas for 2007 (Harvard Business Review) | [Duncan Watts, Yoshito Hiro, Michael Schrage, more]

Breakthrough Ideas for 2007 (Harvard Business Review)

The Harvard Business Review's annual survey of twenty emerging ideas considers how nanotechnology will affect commerce, what role hope plays in leadership, and why, in an age that practically enshrines accountability, we need to beware of "accountabalism."

From the February 2007 issue of Harvard Business Review.

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The Harvard Business Review's annual survey of twenty emerging ideas considers why ordinary people, not "influentials," are the best word-of-mouth marketers, why leaders should embrace the word "hope", how the patriarchy is making a comeback, and other thought-provoking ideas.

From the February 2007 issue of Harvard Business Review.

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